Sooooo more mental illness than white supremacy crackers? How will NZ msm cope without woke narrative?

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The Māori Party this year cited the need for a stasi to hunt down political enemies because 2 racist YouTube clips made them angry and fearful.

These videos were exposed by woke Twitter activists who cried out a double standard over Police arresting those who threatened Simeon Brown and the slow arrest of a man who threatened the Maori Party.

Turns out the arrested man had mental health issues.

The second video saw the man who made political threats against Maori lose his job, which I would have thought was a sure fire way of pushing a person into radicalized racial terrorism.

In the easily triggered world of woke intersectionist grief hierarchy, both videos are hate speech and deserving of cancellation, harassment and prosecution. In the world of actual intelligence analysis these two videos would barely cause a ripple because they wouldn’t have been deemed credible as threats.

A mentally ill loudmouth and bitter truck driving Pom are the least of our terrorism worries.

My assertion that this is mental illness and not a giant white supremacy cracker hunt has been back up by research…

People ‘fixated’ on politicians often have serious and untreated ‘psychotic illness’, report says

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More than half of the people analysed by a new centre assessing people “fixated” on politicians had a serious psychotic illness – but most were not in treatment.

The report comes just months after British MP Sir David Amess was stabbed to death while meeting with constituents.

The Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) New Zealand is a new partnership between the Police, Parliament, and the Ministry of Health which takes in referrals of concerning behaviour from people fixated on politicians or other public figures or causes – and then intervenes.

Its first annual review found that in the year to July 1, 2020, 44 of the 87 people referred to it had a “serious psychotic illness”.

…how will NZ mainstream media cope without the woke narrative that white supremacists are taking over?

We have a mental health issue in this country, we don’t need a Police State to hunt down white supremacists who barely exist!

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  1. Thank you for mentioning those issues. Being preoccupied with finding ideological groups/enemies does not help people that are struggling with untreated severe mental illness. It not only doesn’t help them, it alienates and stigmatizes them further.

    There may be a related problem that gets in the way of workable responses. The article linked from your column describes people suffering from “delusions”, “untreated” “serious psychotic illness” etc. Often people with those difficulties do not seek help, do not recognize they are ill, refuse assistance if it is offered and have problems far too complex for general well being focused services anyway. Perhaps it is unworkable to sweep all of that complexity under the carpet of “mental health”, then pretend that improved funding of generic “mental health and well being” “counselling”, helpline etc services could effectively help people with complex illnesses – while eroding specialist psychiatric services.

    • Yep the worried well and experimental brigade on gender, seem to have all the time in the world to monopolise funding and voice of those who are struggling with severe mental illness. They get less and less.

      Similar with autism, there are those who are very functional who get a lot of press with autism, while those who suffer severed autism and need full time care, seem to be left without a voice and help to meet their needs.

      Someone like Bomber who after a head injury in a car accident gets little help for depression (authorities seem to be doing the opposite, aka police, lack of funding for TDB etc) while the worried well at Spinoff get huge financial support for their 2% woke readers and viewers who want to criminalise others with their pro woke policing policies.

      • I wonder if increases in mental health issues and folk on the spectrum is to do with changes in diagnosis, with many individuals who would have been considered a bit weird or a character now being medicalised…

        ie-‘he knows everything there is to know about trains/astronomy/maths whatever’ or ‘he really dotes on those cats’…have gone from being character traits to problematic issues..and I’m not sure that regarding them as illness rather than a quirk helps anyone

  2. “The most common behaviour exhibited was “delusions” – seen in 48 per cent.”

    This number coincides with the National/Act supporters.

  3. Noticing that there are differences between groups of people may become a no-no. Already people are trying to change their sex at a whim. ‘I woke up this morning and you were on my miiiind’ goes a song, and our lives are going to be reduced to a pop song, that becomes popular, the thing!, like going to watch the weirdo scourging himself in Brave New World.

  4. What about this pulling the rug from under our feet by the soggy brains entrusted with making decisions for us in parliament? Delusions of grandeur.

    And on Thursday Parliament passed another bill – inspired by another member of the public. It’s like it was trying to push the “you can change the law” message home.
    Thursday’s law was the Births, Deaths, Marriages and Relationships Legislation Bill, which includes the ability for people to correct the gender on their birth certificate without requiring evidence of medical intervention or a court process.

    https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/the-house/audio/2018824084/gender-self-id-you-can-change-the-law

  5. Hate speech is a joke in the UK. It has led to disunity in the county.

    On 13 October 2001, Harry Hammond, an evangelist, was arrested and charged under section 5 of the Public Order Act (1986) because he had displayed to people in Bournemouth a large sign bearing the words “Jesus Gives Peace, Jesus is Alive, Stop Immorality, Stop Homosexuality, Stop Lesbianism, Jesus is Lord”. In April 2002, a magistrate convicted Hammond, fined him £300, and ordered him to pay costs of £395.[15][16][17]

    On 2 September 2006, Stephen Green was arrested in Cardiff for distributing pamphlets which called sexual activity between members of the same sex a sin. On 28 September 2006, the Crown advised Cardiff Magistrates Court that it would not proceed with the prosecution.[18][19]

    On 8 December 2009, Mr Justice Richard Clancy, sitting at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court, acquitted Ben and Sharon Vogelenzang, hoteliers, of charges under the Public Order Act 1986 and under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998. The Vogelensangs were charged after a guest at their hotel, Ericka Tazi, complained that the Vogelenzangs had insulted her after she appeared in a hijab.[20]

    On 4 March 2010, a jury returned a verdict of guilty against Harry Taylor, who was charged under Part 4A of the Public Order Act 1986. Taylor was charged because he left anti-religious cartoons in the prayer-room of Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport on three occasions in 2008. The airport chaplain, who was insulted, offended, and alarmed by the cartoons, called the police.[21][22][23] On 23 April 2010, Judge Charles James of Liverpool Crown Court sentenced Taylor to a six-month term of imprisonment suspended for two years, made him subject to a five-year Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) (which bans him from carrying religiously offensive material in a public place), ordered him to perform 100 hours of unpaid work, and ordered him to pay £250 costs. Taylor was convicted of similar offences in 2006.[24]

    On 20 April 2010, police arrested Dale McAlpine, a Christian preacher, of Workington in Cumbria, for saying that homosexual conduct was a sin. On 14 May 2010, the Crown decided not to prosecute McAlpine.[25] Later still the police apologised to McAlpine for arresting him at all, and paid him several thousand pounds compensation.[26]

    On 23 April 2018, Scottish YouTuber Mark Meechan of Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire was fined £800 after being found “grossly offensive” for posting a YouTube video that was viewed over 3 million times depicting him training his girlfriend’s pug to respond to the phrase “Sieg Heil” by lifting his paw in a Nazi salute. [27] Tory MP Philip Davies requested a review of freedom of expression in parliament in response to the conviction.[28] Comedians Ricky Gervais and David Baddiel tweeted in support of Meechan.[29][30][31] Tom Walker, Shappi Khorsandi, and Stephen Fry defended Meechan and criticised other comedians for their silence on the issue.[32][33][34] Meechan, who plans to appeal, was sentenced to pay an £800 fine on 23 April 2018.[35][36] A crowd of about 500 people protested the move in London.[37]

    In 2017, 19-year old Croxteth resident Chelsea Russell quoted a line from Snap Dogg’s song “I’m Trippin'” on her Instagram page. The line, which read “Kill a snitch nigga, rob a rich nigga”, was copied from a friend’s page as part of a tribute to Frankie Murphy who was killed in a car accident at age 13.[38][39] Hate crime investigators were alerted to the presence of the slur and charged Russell with “sending a grossly offensive message by means of a public electronic communications network”. Defence lawyer Carole Clarke stated that she received a request from one of the arresting officers that the word “nigga”, the subject of the trial, not be used in court.[40] In April 2018, District Judge Jack McGarva found Russell guilty and delivered a sentence which included a £585 fine, a curfew and an ankle monitoring bracelet.[41] However, Russell’s conviction was overturned by Liverpool Crown Court on 21 February 2019.[42]

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hate_speech_laws_in_the_United_Kingdom

    NZ Red Guards on their way!!

  6. This is so interesting. Yes people with untreated psychosis present with delusions, but even then most won’t act on them (but a small number could or will)

    These people are sad, not bad. But they need to be followed up and treated, which is easier said than done. Especially with shortage of well trained mental health staff

  7. Should Peter Dunn be held responsible for the 26 Maori that dropped dead from using synthetics cannabis that he was instrumental in legalising. And what about all the users that ended up with mental illnesses like psychotic episodes. We need to continue to call white supremacist out. We need to send back those like that racist pommy truck driver back to their own country like Australia is doing to us.

  8. My point of view is that a recently passed law has normalized what for many people has been considered a form of illness. Obviously, it is a delicate situation because is a moral issue & generally I hold the view that the government should not be involved in moral choices although that seems to be the way society is changing. It is unfortunate that some have a hate reaction to any deviation from their fixed opinions. I see us all as being made in the image of God & although some don’t live according to my view of what that calls us to they are still deserving of respect.

  9. NZ seems to be full of medical internet professionals(?) with expert opinions and advice. You don’t even have to be qualified at anything!

    All you need is a keyboard, an internet connection and a platform to start giving people your opinionated advisory service for free! ffs!

    I don’t think covid or delta or even Omicron are as dangerous as wankers offering up mental advice or feelings based legislation! ffs!

    Can someone tell little Emma and Jonny’s mum and dad to come to pick them up and take them home?

  10. Most school shooters, veteran spree shooters and all other types of domestic and familial shooters in the US were being, or had been treated…

    More treatment equals more violence, its worsens the condition of bitterness toward another/s.

    Get a better treatment

  11. OR REFUSING TO TREAT INFATUATION WITH MILITARY FIREARMS AS A MENTAL ILLNESS IN AND OF ITSELF…

    now zen mr x, zit back und tell me, ven dit yiu first tink a AR15 vould make your wiener longer

    as long as the NRA opposes a mental illness test on gun ownership(half their membership and income would disappear) then nutbars well be toting semi-autos

  12. What’s particularly disturbing about the mental health issue we have in this country is that it has been less of a priority for both left and right governments, ever since Helen Clark left office.

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